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    College roundup: BC hockey scores 11 goals in rout

    The Boston College men’s hockey team played one of its most dominating games in decades, routing Army, 11-0, Sunday afternoon in Chestnut Hill.

    Ten players scored for the Eagles (6-2-1), who hadn’t scored that many goals since 1984, and hadn’t enjoyed such a wide margin of victory since an 18-0 win over Boston State in 1976.

    BC was led by Johnny Gaudreau, who scored his 50th and 51st career goals while adding two assists. Gaudreau (9-9—18) is second in the nation in points.


    Bill Arnold had a goal and three assists, while Brian Billett and Brad Barone each made 15 saves.

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    Army (0-6-0) remained winless.

    Women’s hockey

    BC 6, Northeastern 1 — The fifth-ranked Eagles (9-2-0, 5-1-0 Hockey East) got two-goal efforts from Dana Trivigno, Emily Field, and Haley Skarupa in a home win over the Huskies (5-6-1, 2-3-1).

    BU 4, Maine 2 — Kaleigh Fratkin and Rebecca Russo each had a goal and an assist as the 10th-ranked Terriers (9-1-1, 6-0-0 Hockey East) beat the Black Bears (0-7-3, 0-3-3) at home.

    UConn 5, Providence 4 — Rebecca Fleming scored and had two assists as the Huskies (4-6-1, 1-2-1 Hockey East) survived the visiting Friars (4-7-0, 0-5-0).


    UNH 3, Vermont 3 — The host Catamounts (3-6-0, 1-2-0 Hockey East) scored three third-period goals, the equalizer by Delia McNally, to salvage a draw with the Wildcats (6-4-1, 2-2-1).

    Men’s basketball

    Kentucky 93, Northern Kentucky 63 — Julius Randle scored 22 points in another double-double that led the top-ranked Wildcats to a blowout of the overmatched Norse (0-2) in Lexington, Ky.

    Two days after the 6-foot-9-inch, 250-pound forward debuted with 23 points and 15 rebounds for Kentucky (2-0), he headed to the bench with 14 rebounds in 28 minutes.

    The Wildcats play No. 2-ranked Michigan State Tuesday in Chicago.

    Notre Dame 80, Stetson 49 — Jerian Grant and Garrick Sherman scored 15 points each and the No. 21 Irish overwhelmed the Hatters (0-2) in South Bend. Former St. John’s Prep star Pat Connauhgton added 10 points for the Irish (2-0).


    Maine 111, Fisher 64 — In Orono, Zarko Valjarevic scored 19 points as the Black Bears (1-1) overwhelmed the NAIA’s Eagles.

    Brown 74, Binghamton 57 — Sean McGonagill poured in 22 points to pace the host Bears in their opener.

    Dartmouth 106, Lyndon St. 61 — The host Big Green kicked off their season with a balanced performance, led by Malik Gill’s 14 points.

    Women’s basketball

    Duke 70, California 58 — All-America guard Chelsea Gray returned from last season’s knee injury and scored 22 points to lead the No. 2 Blue Devils (1-0) past the host No. 9 Golden Bears (1-1), who had won 15 straight regular-season games.

    Kentucky 96, Wagner 57 — DeNesha Stallworth had 18 points and 13 rebounds to help the No. 7 Wildcats (2-0) crush the Seahawks (0-1) in New York.

    Maryland 89, Loyola-Md. 53 — Alyssa Thomas had 14 points and 12 rebounds as the eighth-ranked Terrapins (2-0) rolled.

    Penn St. 78, Fordham 61 — Maggie Lucas had 23 points to lead the Nittany Lions (2-0) at home. Lucas, who hit four 3-pointers, moved past Michigan State’s Lindsay Bowen into second place on the Big Ten’s career 3-pointers list (297).

    Men’s soccer

    St. Louis 2, UMass 1 — The Minutemen (4-13-1, 3-5-0) lost to the Billikens (12-4-2, 6-0-2), but still qualified for the Atlantic 10 tournament as the No. 8 seed. The teams will face each other in the tournament Thursday in Dayton, Ohio.

    Women’s soccer

    BU 1, Navy 0 — Erica Kosienksi scored late in the first half as the Terriers (14-3-4) won the league title in their inaugural season in the Patriot League, clinching their 11th NCAA Tournament bid.

    Northeastern 3, James Madison 1 — Behind Lahaina Zoller’s winning goal, the Huskies (6-8-6) secured the program’s second Colonial Athletic Association championship.